|5015||INTRODUCTION TO CHIMPANZEE BEHAVIOR||INTRODUCTION TO CHIMPANZEE BEHAVIOR||1976||color||23 min||vhs|| (Jane Goodall: Studies of the Chimpanzee series)
Overviews Dr. Jane Goodall's long-term research on the behavior of wild chimpanzees. Explains the difficulties and frustrations involved in viewing the animals. Discusses the wide range of habits and social behavior including daily routines, grooming, mating and courtship, use of tools, social hierarchy and communication. Features Dr. Lewis Leaky's comments on the importance of studying chimpanzees and Dr. Goodall's ideas on the similarities between human and chimpanzee behavior.